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Social Work Voices

Social Work Voices at the University of Suffolk: Listening to and involving people who have experience and knowledge of social work and social care services

People with a variety of experiences and knowledge are involved in many elements of social work education. It is a fundamental part of the activities at the University of Suffolk.

Why do it and what is it about?

Involving and listening to people with experience of social work services, is highly valued by students and the social work course team at University of Suffolk and partners within the Suffolk and Norfolk Teaching Partnership.

Essentially social work practice is about social justice and social change and this is reflected in the meaningful involvement of service users and carers at the University of Suffolk, in the education and training of social workers. 'Nothing about us without us’ is a really good way of saying this.  

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